The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Ghent (Schooner), 20 Mar 1826


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PUBLIC SALE
      Will be sold at public auction, at the United States Naval Station at Erie Pa. on Monday the twentieth day of March, at 12 o'clock, the United States Schooner

      G H E N T

The GHENT is between fifty and sixty tons burthen---she underwent a thorough repair in 1823, and was launched in 1824---her masts, spars, sails and rigging complete; two good anchors and one cable; she is generally well found in every thing, an inventory of which can be seen at any time previous to sale, by calling on me at this place. The GHENT is built of Oak and cedar, and well calculated from her size, &c., for the merchant service on lake Erie. The terms of sale, a credit of six months, the purchaser or purchasers, giving bonds with approved security.
      George Budd
Erie, Feb. 16, 1826

      Buffalo Patriot
      February 21, 1826


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Newspaper
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auction, description
Date of Original:
1826
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Local identifier:
McN.E.474
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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Ghent (Schooner), 20 Mar 1826